Delta Installs Hand Sanitizer Stations on Planes, First U.S. Airline to Do So

By Kurt Stolz on 28 August 2020
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Coach cabin of a Delta Boeing 767-300ER

Delta Air Lines announced it is installing hand sanitizer stations on all of its aircraft in an effort contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.

The airline will begin the installation process on Friday and it will take several weeks to retrofit the stations onto all of its planes.

“Over the past few months, our customer satisfaction scores have skyrocketed by double digits, including those for onboard lavatory cleanliness,” said the airline’s chief customer experience officer, Bill Lentsch, adding that the airline wants customers to “feel safe and comfortable when they travel with Delta.”

The hand-sanitizer stations will be placed immediately outside airplane lavatories, as lavatory handles are a high-touch item.

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